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Hajj (or variant spellings) is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca.
Hajj may also refer to:
- Adnan Hajj, Lebanese freelance photographer
- Hajj Nematollah (1871–1920), Kurdish mystic
- Hussein Hajj Hassan (born 1960), Lebanese politician
- Francois Hajj (1953–2007), a Lebanese general
Al Hajj, El HajjEdit
- El Hajj Muhammad El Anka (1907–1978), Algerian chaabi musician
- Sami al Hajj (born 1969), Sudanese journalist for the Al Jazeera network
- Mahmoud El-Hajj (born 1987), Danish football player
- Ounsi el- Hajj (1937–2014), Lebanese poet
- El-Hajj Al-Malik El Shabazz (1925–1965), the Muslim name of Malcolm X, American black nationalist and human rights activist
- Abdu Ali al Haji Sharqawi (born 1974), Yemeni detainee at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba
- Hadj Boudella (born 1965), former detainee at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay detainment camp in Cuba
Al Hadj, El HadjEdit
- El Hadj Umar Tall (1794–1864), West African political leader, Islamic scholar, and military commander
- Hage (disambiguation)
- Haj (disambiguation)
- Hajji, a Muslim person who has successfully completed the Hajj to Mecca
- Hajji (disambiguation)
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